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    Hey there, the new Target ad (with the egshell bowls and designer profiles)- plays to some cool song - the words are: " there is nothing I cant see - for possibilities.."
    Any clues?
    Cheers!

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    I think that was answered as "All Possibilities" - Badly Drawn Boy. I was looking for the music to a different Target commercial, and that one came up as well.

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    Does anyone know the background song to the most current Target commercial? It has this funky, mellow beat to it with a thumping bass sound. I could only catch the last lines "...more possibilities..." Once I see the commercial again I'll give you more visual description. Thanks.

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    "All Possibilities" by Badly Drawn Boy

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    Yep! That's it. Thanks a million leone!

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    The song is from the 1968 movie "Wild in the Streets." I've seen the movie, and I own the soundtrack (on vinyl). It is listed as performed by "Max Frost and the Troopers" -- Max Frost is the title character of the movie, played by Christopher Jones. A twenty-something rock star who becomes US President. The movie played on the fears of the "older" generation that the youth counterculture would take over. It's a really funny period piece. Hal Holbrook played the Senator (doesn't he always play a Senator?) who attempts to harness the baby boomers by pushing for a lower voting age. Richard Pryor was in the movie -- I believe it was his movie debut.

    Check out the IMDB entry for the movie here.

    and you can view a trailer here.

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